Shannon Hoon of Blind Melon gets really pissed off in this interview for two reasons, first the host calls him “Brad” (maybe thinking of Brad Nowell of Sublime) and then host brings up Guns N’ Roses to which Shannon says “Did we not have a little talk before this whole thing happened” He had asked […]
Archive | January, 2010
The cover of The Beatles “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” features John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and RIngo Starr in front of a collage of life-sized cardboard models of famous people and some of their hero’s.. Most of the suggestions came from Lennon, McCartney and Harrison. Harrison opted for a number of Indian gurus to reflect his spiritual leanings while Lennon’s list, thought to be half-joking, included Jesus, Hitler and Gandhi.
The Black Crowes album cover for Amorica.(1994) featured a photo pubic hair sticking out of an American flag string bikini. It caused quite a controversy and the record company ended up putting out an alternative cover that blacked out the offending image.
This legendary photo of The Beatles “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album cover was taken by photographer Michael Cooper on March 30, 1967. Cooper’s Chelsea Manor Photographic Studios was booked for 8 days preparing for the March 30th photo session with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison & Ringo Starr.
Here’s some www.FeelNumb.com exclusive photos of Chris Martin and Coldplay during A Rush Of Blood To The Head tour stop at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on May 31, 2003 or on June 2, 2003 (Camera date was off). Here’s a few of our other exclusive concert photo posts. Exclusive Liam Gallagher Photo Los […]
The Black Crowes were signed to Rick Rubin’s label Def American Recordings in 1989 and released their debut album “Shake Your Money Maker” in 1990. Before and after the albums release the band and Rubin had several creative differences leading to Rubin keeping his name off the initial pressing of the album credits.
One of rarest Kurt Cobain guitars a Mark IV-style Mosrite Gospel was sold at auction came in it’s original case bearing the words “NIRVANA” and “FUCK ELVIS” in white paint.
Perry Farrell joined Pearl Jam on stage during Austin City Limits on October 4, 2009. Pearl Jam launched into this bad ass take on Jane’s Addiction “Mountain Song” with Perry handling the lead vocals, of course.
Kurt Cobain’s Sonic Blue Jag-Stang Guitar (serial #0000000000-KC) was given to R.E.M.’s Peter Buck by Courtney Love after Cobain died. Buck can be seen playing it on “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?” music video. Mike Mills, also from R.E.M., plays this same guitar in concert during the song “Let Me In“, which itself is a […]
Dr. Dre realized his former band N.W.A. had made it big when he saw Axl Rose wearing a hat with the group’s logo on it in the Guns N’ Roses 1991 promo video for the song “You Could Be Mine” and also in the video for “Live and Let Die”. Dre couldn’t believe it because he and his bandmates were still struggling to make a living and had no idea their music had a white audience.